Nex Friday, at 10 a.m. thousands of students around the country are planning to walkout of school.
Just last month, young people all over the country walked out of their schools for 17 minutes to remember the 17 people killed in Parkland, Florida school shooting in February.
Students will lead the charge again as they continue the call for an end to gun violence.
"Why are they doing this again," some may ask. It's for the nineteenth anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting. They will have 13 seconds of silence to honor the 13 people that lost their lives.
Natalie Stembel is a sophmore at Lakeside High School in DeKalb County and says the students are planning something special.
"We plan to have some adult speakers including senators and some activists. And we plan to take everyone to the field and there will be these stations so people can learn how they can get involved, stay involved and register to vote," Stembel explained.
She said the students are looking forward to a good turnout.